art, religion, dreams and the nature of reality

01:58:10,800 –> 02:00:16,449 the gap between the finite and comprehensible and the infinite and incomprehensible A… it’s like we live in the finite and comprehensible but we’re surrounded by the infinite and incomprehensible and there has to be a border between those of something like a mediating border that’s poetry and art that’s narrative that’sContinue reading “art, religion, dreams and the nature of reality”


1. Stand up straight with your shoulders back. 2. Treat yourself like someone you love. 3. Make friends with people who want the best for you. 4. Compare yourself with who you were yesterday, not who someone else is today. 5. Don’t let your children do anything that makes you dislike them. 6. Set yourContinue reading “12 RULES FOR LIFE BY JORDAN PETERSON”

My response to yet another survey – Is your train station accessible? – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

So.. ABC are running a survey on accessible train stations. If you’re a wheelchair user or care for someone in one, maybe you’re a parent using a pram or you just have trouble with stairs, take our survey and tell us your experience using your local train network. Source: Is your train station accessible? WeContinue reading “My response to yet another survey – Is your train station accessible? – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)”

Disintermediation – Cultural futures in a digital age on Big Ideas – ABC Radio

Finally talk about disintermediation makes it onto the quasi MSM – Great listen to some spot on thoughts around the changing future. Disintermediation is the key. ABC Radio ‘Do not be bland’ and ‘back to the bold’ is the key message in order to empower Australia’s cultural institutions in an age of digital disruption. So Kim WilliamsContinue reading “Disintermediation – Cultural futures in a digital age on Big Ideas – ABC Radio”

People don’t scale, People Networks do.

Cross posted from Lifekludger blog I read with interest my good mate, Hugo Ortega’s UberTablet blog. Hugo was the very first guest on our Extraordinary Everyday Lives podcast and, outside of my regular colleagues, has been the single biggest supporter of my Lifekludger endeavours, and indeed myself, in a substantial way – providing equipment toContinue reading “People don’t scale, People Networks do.”